>>Had the same question myself a while back.
>>I was using the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) environment to
>develop a website. I used Quanta in the end. (Cant remember why I
>didn't choose Bluefish). Quanta is excellent and made the whole thing
>really easy. It had colour settings for the appropriate language
>tokens which made it a whole lot easier to read small errors before I
>uploaded the website. Similar to the colouring idea in Emacs for C++
>and that. It also gives a directory tree to the side of the main
>working area which made working on different pages of the website
>easy. It had some other features too which I can't quite remember off
>>One thing that annoyed me was that it was built for the KDE GUI (maybe
>this has changed but I doubt it), I normally use GNOME. If you do
>normally use GNOME I think there is a way around this other than
>installing the KDE GUI (which I did).
>>Best of luck with it,
>Hope that helps,
You only need to install the kde and qt libraries (kdelibs and libqt). You
can use KDE apps from within GNOME then.
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